From ANGOP . Angolan Airlines company (TAAG) will inaugurate on November 09 a new route, linking the cities of Luanda to Cape Town, South Africa, announced to ANGOP in Luanda the firm’s press officer.
According to Agnela Barros, in this first phase, the flights will be carried out by an aircraft of the type Boeing -737, with 120 seats, 12 in business class and 108 places in the economy section.
So, on Monday, TAAG will carry passengers and cargo, not only to the city of Johannesburg, to where it flies regularly on a daily basis, but also to Cape Town, with two flights per week.
Currently, the Angolan national airline has flights to several destinations in the world, including the cities of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo (Brazil), Lisbon (Portugal), Dubai (UAE), Beijing (China), as well as to countries like South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, DR Congo and other African destinations.
Comment by MS. TAAG is currently banned from flying into the EU (except specific flights into Lisbon) on safety grounds